Feeling all wanderlusty for Rome!

Today’s picture is an interesting angle of Rome’s Piazza Navona. It’s built on the site of the ancient Stadium of Domitian (1st c.) and follows the oval, open space of the stadium. It has served a public space since the 15th century and remains one of Rome’s most lively people watching spot. It is loaded with (expensive) restaurants, musicians, artists, and spectacular 17th c. fountains designed by Bernini.


Photo copyright: Shawnie Kelley